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commór adj(mór) equally, verygreat :do tri cathaib comra
85(comhmóra,v.l.), Cog. 66.12 .ina sciathaib coema commora,
TTebe 2174 .cetra colamna . . . comora, St. Ercuil 1377 .
Adv.:is com-mor is diles iatt to the same extent, Laws v
298.14 Comm. is commor do marbad ┐ do baided iad,
Ann. Conn. 1342.8 .Subst. commōr do-beirmiss`equal
amount
', Ériu xix 78 § 5 .

5 commórad vn.ofcommóraid. (a) Perh.act ofhonouring,
exalting in:in recht aicnid . . . / boí in Coimdiu 'ca ch. ¤
`magnifying it', Met. Dinds. iv 152.88 .na rēgiōin chomh-
fhoixe ag a chomhmōradh, Fl. Earls 112.25 .
(b)act ofhelping,furthering,re-inforcing :Críst . . . / . . .
10dia ch. ¤ `prosper him', Met. Dinds. iv 162.228 .Israelda do
chommorad, Alex. 453 .do commorad uilc ┐ anindi chaich
dib re chele, TTebe 2743 .T. . . . cona muintir do tocht do
chommoradh meic U. to reinforce, FM iii 546.4 .dochum
na heaglaisi corporrdha do chomóradh=reparare(Gloss.),
15 Beatha S.F. 304 .
(c)act ofcelebrating,holding,waging(of functions, hunts,
battlesetc.): do chommōrad na selga-sin, Fianaig. 52.5 .
do chommóradh oirechtus ┐ aoibhnis, RC xxiii 12.2 .cen
cocadh do commórodh(sic), Acall. 2498 v.l. i commorad
20aig ┐ irgaili leo, Cog. 174.13 .ceann cumdaig ┐ commortha
cacha claen-dala, MR 200.23 .gan rí do'n cinel cetna do
commoradh caidhche to crown(?), Celt. Rev. iv 12.28 .
(d)act ofcomparing :ge trom an tuisci ag a comoradh
re haer, Ir. Astr. Tr. 12.5 .ní fhédann an tór nó an croistal
25(sic) a com(h)óradh=cannot equal it, Job xxviii 17 . Perh.
also:Find am cend do comóradh, Prolegomena 42 § 7 .

commóraid v(móraid) holds,engagesin (of battle, feast, hunt
etc.),celebrates,convenes: ra chommoratar in tigardail i
cend C., LL 23180 (CRR).[s]ealg . . . do commórad le
30Find`was held', Fianaig. 52.1 .mise dochomor na catha
`promoted', TTebe 4320 .docomoradh fled mórcháin, IT
ii² 122.1 .do comhmóradh aonach, ML 40.30 .

commórda ind(commór?):claiss credolla / ainglide commōrda,
Arch. iii 220.10 .

35 commórtas n(commórad) comparison,competition,rivalry .
comórtus m., IGT Decl. § 38 (88.9) .is inann condealg ┐
comortus nó cominnus nó comaontu, O'Dav. 517 .coinneilg
eadhon comortas, Hard. ii 301.5 of notes.commórtus in
dá mhucaide, IT iii 276.8 .an commórtus atá acaib ré
40Día, Ériu ii 144.w ( RC xxiv 384.4 ).do sgur chommórthais
. . . / red bharr ndonnórthais`to check the contest . . . with
. . .', TD 2.5 .gnē chompráiti ┐ chommōrtuiss eidir sī ┐ in
Rōimh, Fl. Earls 96.1 .rí . . . ad comortus a king to be
compared with thee
, Duan. Finn i 63.14 .comórtus cusbóra
45 comparable person, Hackett² xliii 43 .gan comortas`un-
questionably
', Ir. Astr. Tr. 20.21 .léig dod chomórtus dúinn
`cease thine efforts to vie with us', O'Gr. Cat. 56.1 .aga
comortus re ceile`compared with each other', Ir. Astr. Tr.
12.3 .ann a ionadh cinnte comórtais féin rightful, Maguires of
50F. 66 . Ofrivalry (imitation) in calligraphy:comortus
andso re litir in liubhair, BB 45b27 .comórtus and so
risin litir so tsuas`competition', O'Gr. Cat. 330.12 .comortus
friut a huilliam, Gwynn Cat. 214.16 .

commudugad n(mudugud, seemudaigid):gur gab cach . . . for
55comhmuduccud araili dip destroying , CCath. 2820 .comh-
mudughadh, 6011 .for comhmudhucchadh, FM v 1556.2 .

commuirfi v(marbaid):co c. ¤ don mac ┐ do'n athair . . . fri
araili there will be mutual killing, SG 79.4 .

commus u, latero.Vn.ofcon-midethar(see Thurn. Gramm.
60 450 ).cumas,comas m., IGT Decl. § 53 .
(a)act ofcontrolling,arranging,directing :c. ¤ termuind do
chathrach . . . co Droma B. limits of sanctuary, Trip.² 2766
`power', Trip. 235 (perh. `extent', note).cosin sechtmad
mac imlessan . . . do ch. ¤ a ruisc isa tech to direct, LU 7055
65( BDD 71 ).fri comus a mbesa`to assess their tributes', Ériu
xii 162 § 2 (TE).dáig a gaili da chomus to restrain his
valour
, MU² 682 .deogh cen c. ¤ immoderate drinking, ZCP
iii 25.7 .con-a atmaille can ch. ¤ , LL 16106 ( Todd Nenn.
252.8 ).līn a rē / fri c. ¤ in chōicid-se`the length of their reigns
70over this province
', Ériu xvii 46 § 38 . ?C. gan churu commais,
LL 2621 .
(b) Usu. power,ability,capacity :comos .i.compos. . . é
nō commes leis for cāch, nō commesrugud coda dōib, Corm.
Y 330 =coimmess, Corm. 12 .commos .i.a compos graece
75.i.potens , O'Mulc. 234 .comusgl.potentia, Thes. ii 236.15 .
ad coimse mo chrod dot chainmacniu, Fing. R. 485 `you are
capable (of taking) my cattle
', n., where Ed. compares at
comsa mac F. frim, Sc. M² 15 .fotrochess ot'mórchoimsib
who deprived thee of thy great powers SR 1746 .lat-so
80na huile comse olchena`all other functions . . . are yours',
Ériu i 44.12 =choimsi`powers', RC xxvi 372.22 . ?ar scís
a comasaib gaile, LL 30618 =oca scél-baile, Met. Dinds.
iv 26.24 .eochair chomais coinnmed, ZCP vi 270 § 6 .
marcach na ndūl / danī dar c. ¤ comsidib, Arch. iii 235.7
85( Aithd. D. 61 ).bar sairi ┐ bar c. ¤ féin, CCath. 5071 .i
cceardcha cliste an chumais(of asíd), O'Hara 3440 .do ní
deilbh fa dheilbh chumais, Dán Dé xxviii 38 `agent', notes.
solāthar do dhénamh dóibh do réir . . . chumais na háite=
according to the possibility of the place, RSClára 21a .lucht
cumais, Keat. Poems 492 .
5With obj. gen.:comus miodhchuine, Ériu xiii 25.7 .
commas pende ara faoendel`to fix any penance for such
straying
', Mon. Tall. 62 (151.20) .ni léo atá c. ¤ t'anma the
power of life or death over you
, LU 6379 (TBC).comus nime
`the power of bestowing heaven', Laws i 14.6 Comm. tucad
10. . . na gillai con ┐ comus fiadoig do, ZCP xiii 254.16 .let
fein comus t'ingine, RC xiii 9.17 .cumas m'anma
d'ionghaire, DDána 21 A.4 .do chumus féin self-rule,
Aithd. D. 79.2 .
With follg.FOR powerover:ni bia c. ¤ for foglaid, LU 9748 .
15 ni fuil comus [di] for immenn, Laws ii 386.9 Comm. gin
comus marcach na srein forro(of panic-stricken horses),
Marco P. 113 . ?ó tá [a] chumes ar Dhia thall, Celtica iv
135 § 78 `influence with God', Gloss.
With prec. prep.:cen chummus gan cetugud do in spite
20of his efforts
, TTebe 2493 .tathbeim ┐ beim co cumus a
controlled (powerful
?)blow, IT i 273.z ( FB 40 Eg.).
faebarbéim co c. ¤ , Táin 1651 ( St. 1692 ).Goill . . . dá mbeadh
dod chumas, Aithd. D. 26.30 .ní bfuilim féin dhom chumus
`I myself have not the power' (I cannot control myself?), Ériu
25 i 20.76 .béimm fo ch. ¤ `a well-measured stroke', Triads 118 .
tuc urcur fo comus dó`a powerful throw', CCath. 2961 .
cen bá Ailill / fót ch. ¤ tabairther, LU 5477 (TBC).fo ch. ¤ ┐
fo chumacta P., LL 32591 ( TTr. 1795 ).dibertsat fou cumus
C.C. a rige, Ériu viii 172.6 .no leicead na husce estibside
30fó a chomus in tan ba laind leis as he wished, LB 235a58 .
roleigedh as . . . fo chumus was released under restrictions,
AU ii 408.11 .bud for bar comus a cathcharpait at your
disposal
, Alex. 232 .do-ratsat in tir fora comos, Grail 1033 .
a-tá ar comus don choimdhigh / gan m'éra it is in the Lord's
35power
. . ., Bard. Synt. Tr. 37.12 .maith na cruinne ar
chumas damh, DDána 37.29 .acht go mbia Caitir-íona / ar
cumas díona mh'anma able to protect, Measgra D. 25.68 .
ceinbes ichomus coirp ┐ anme, Thes. ii 244.30 (Cambr.). Compd.cumasónna weak, Measgra D. 32.13 .